Ie believe that every child can learn to play the violin,
when it's taught with love and dedication.
Parents and caretakers are encouraged to participate in the child's musical development, by attending lessons and/or being the child's practice buddy.
A big part of our repertoire follows the Suzuki method, topped up with a variety of others violin methods, as not one method suits all!
Learning in a group is not only more fun than learning one to one,
it also has a range of other benefits. From learning ensemble skills to positive communication.
Group learning helps children to strive for their full musical potential,
by encouraging others and being inspired by one another.
Rosanne is a violinist, graduated from the Conservatoire of Amsterdam in 2012.
She has worked for several social music projects and music charities fulfilling a diversity of roles; teaching the violin, teaching musicianship, doing research and training primary school teachers.
Rosanne currently lectures on a PGCEi course on instrumental group teaching, for London Music Masters and Birmingham City University.
Having worked in the Netherlands, Brazil, Jordan and England, her experience now comes together in London with Arco.
Rosanne believes music education should not be a privilege, but a right for every child. Arco helps making this belief reality.
The fee includes the loan of an instrument and any additional material the learner might need.
50% and 100% bursaries are available.
violin lessons closeby? Here's a selection of tutor listings that you can check out.
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